“The Dinner Party” at Paper Mill Playhouse

“The Dinner Party”
by Neil Simon

A gilded, glittering gourmet restaurant in Paris "sets the table" for three divorced couples who have been mysteriously invited, unbeknownst to one another, to dine together in a private room. What ensues is a social smorgasbord where arguments, accusations, and revelations are hurled through the air like a verbal food fight. There are surprises around every place card and with Neil Simon, America's "patron saint of laughter" as the author, you know that you're in for a devilishly good time.

Performed by Paper Mill Playhouse
At Paper Mill Playhouse
Performances ran
Wednesday, January 9, 2002 thru Sunday, February 10, 2002
Albert Donay.... Michael Mastro Has Bio Has photo
Andre Bouville.... Steve Vinovich Has Bio Has photo
Claude Pichon.... Greg Mullavey Has Bio Has photo
Gabrielle Buonocelli.... Meg Foster Has Bio Has photo
Mariette Levieux.... Elizabeth Heflin Has Bio Has photo
Yvonne Fouchet.... Catherine Lloyd Burns Has Bio Has photo
Directed by John Rando
Scenic Design by John Lee Beatty
Costume Design by Jane Greenwood
Costume Design by Maryann D. Smith
Production Managed by Gail P. Luna
Lighting Design by Brian Macdevitt